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What Do My Lab Test Reports Indicate?

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Posted on Tue, 31 Oct 2017
Question: Hi,
I am putting on weight. In may, I was 65 and now 71 kg. I have controlled my food and daily 45 minutes to 1 hour I play Table Tennis but no use of it still my weight is increasing. I have attached few reports, please check and current I am using calcirol XXXXXXX for Vitamin D and I take weekly once, completed 4 weeks as of now. Please suggest the best solution for weight loss. Also, let me know if I need to undergone any other tests.

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Tripura
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Answered by Dr. Prof. Kunal Saha (7 hours later)
Brief Answer:
you need to cut down on your food intake and increase the total energy outp

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.

I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. Let me assure you that your complaint is not unique and numerous people are finding a way out. However, you would need to be sincere in your efforts. Please note that for weight gain to occur the amount of energy taken in as food has to be greater than the total energy expenditure. Needless to say, you need to cut down on your food intake (irrespective of what the present amount is) and increase the total amount of energy expenditure.

Interventions would be dietary as well as through exercise.

You would need to restrict carbohydrate and fat intake but maintain a modest protein intake.

Regarding exercises, you would need to do the following exercises daily (google out for technique). No. Per day with number to increase per day (in brackets) provided:
Push-up - 10 (2-5)
Crunches - 20 (5)
Planks 20 (10)
Squats - 20 (5)
Triceps dig - 5 (2)

Continue to take Calcirol.

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What Do My Lab Test Reports Indicate?

Brief Answer: you need to cut down on your food intake and increase the total energy outp Detailed Answer: Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic. I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. Let me assure you that your complaint is not unique and numerous people are finding a way out. However, you would need to be sincere in your efforts. Please note that for weight gain to occur the amount of energy taken in as food has to be greater than the total energy expenditure. Needless to say, you need to cut down on your food intake (irrespective of what the present amount is) and increase the total amount of energy expenditure. Interventions would be dietary as well as through exercise. You would need to restrict carbohydrate and fat intake but maintain a modest protein intake. Regarding exercises, you would need to do the following exercises daily (google out for technique). No. Per day with number to increase per day (in brackets) provided: Push-up - 10 (2-5) Crunches - 20 (5) Planks 20 (10) Squats - 20 (5) Triceps dig - 5 (2) Continue to take Calcirol. Regards